HOW DOES YOUR MESSAGE HOOK YOUR READERS?
Are you casting about for the right words to tell your story?
Grant writing, copywriting, blogs and freelance articles all contain elements of storytelling. Today, it is hard to find a spot on the web that isn’t talking about storytelling. Storytelling for nonprofits, businesses, individuals – even products – everyone and everything appears to need a story to get attention.
Here’s why. A good story can enchant your audience. A dull one won’t hold them. Stories can teach, warn, persuade, enlighten, engage and inspire us. A well-told story is capable of changing hearts and minds. Call today, to discover how strategic storytelling can help you create meaningful connections.
Business writing may seem a far cry from storytelling until you take a closer look. You have a story. Your service or your product has a story. Which words will generate attention? Your audience needs to feel engaged, or at least intrigued in the first few seconds. The story you tell will reveal that you understand customers’ needs by giving them relevant, actionable information.
Does your personal blog need editing before you post it? Or, would you like assistance bringing that great article idea to life? If you are in sales, you may want to pump-up your team with a high-energy presentation. Individual consultants often need tightly written sales proposals to land high-end clients. Remember, storytelling is woven throughout good content.
What They’re Saying About Fitzsimmons Communications
Executive Director, Latina Breast Cancer Agency
Investor/Blogger/Speaker on The Media & The Market
Inbound Marketing Specialist
We have worked with many amazing clients, a few of which are listed below.
Arthur H. Coleman Community
Asociacion Hispana del Cancer
Bridge the Gap College Prep
Cancer Support Community
Contra Costa Crisis Center
Diocese of Oakland
Fred Finch Youth Center
Latina Breast Cancer Agency
League of Women Voters of Oakland
Lincoln Child Center
Mariana Moore Consulting
Museum of Children’s Art (MOCHA)
Portola Family Connections
Project Open Hand
Susan Poor Consulting
Walk San Francisco